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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research: May 19, 2005

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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research
FY'05 April 18 — May 8*
City, State or Country Name
Organization Name
Principal Investigator
Award
Title
CALIFORNIA
Pasadena
California Institute of Technology Quake,
Stephen R
$1,030,000 Ultrasensitive Nanofluidic Devices for Genomic Analysis
Palo Alto Roche Palo Alto Peltz,
Gary A
$288,917 Pharmacogenetic Analysis in Mice
Los Angeles University of California, Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine Wong, Mali $143,962 Pharmacogenetics of Antidepressant Drugs
La Jolla University of California, San Diego School of Medicine Yuan,
Jason Xj
$153,917 SNPs in Idopathic Pulmonary Artierial Hypertension
San Francisco University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine Boushey,
Homer A
$211,800 Microarray-based Detection and Typing of Rhinoviruses
San Francisco University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine Albertson,
Donna G
$427,448 Microarray-Based Scanning of the Mouse Genome
Santa Barbara University of California, Santa Barbara Johnson,
Lincoln V
$101,268 Genomics and Proteomics for Vision Research
CONNECTICUT
New Haven
Yale University School of Medicine Gunel, Murat $340,284 Functional Genomics of the Cavernous Malformation Gene
New Haven Yale University School of Medicine Lifton,
Richard P
$297,485 Genetics and Genomics of Human Disease
MARYLAND
Ellicott City
Life Biomed Denkin, Steven $307,944 Microarray Detection
of MDR-TB
Balitmore University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute Moult, John $259,000 Analysis of the Functional Impact
of Coding Region SNPs
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Massachusetts General Hospital Louis,
David N
$150,500 Custom Array CGH for Glioma Diagnosis and Management
MICHIGAN
St. Joseph
GeneGo Nikolskaya,
Tatiana A
$98,648 Networks from Toxicogenomics Gene Expression Data
Ann Arbor University of Michigan at Ann Arbor Medical School Hayes,
Daniel F
$453,275 Correlative Studies of erbB-2/HER2 and p53 in CALGB Pro.
NEW YORK
Buffalo
Roswell Park Cancer Institute Ambrosone, Christine B $361,326 Pharmacogenetics: Breast Cancer Treatment and Prognosis
NORTH CAROLINA
Chapel Hill
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill School of Medicine Dees,
Elizabeth C
$122,997 P450 Phenotype and Chemotherapy Toxicity in the Elderly
OHIO
Columbus
Ohio State University College of Medicine Barth, Rolf F $328,188 Molecular Targeting of EGFR for the Treatment of Gliomas
PENNSYLVANIA
Pittsburgh
Allegheny Singer Research Institute Lasken,
Roger S
$375,000 Whole Genome Amplification for Rapid Low Cost Genotyping
Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Lotrich,
Francis E
$173,556 Pharmacogenomics of Interferon-Induced Depression
Philadelphia Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Gaynor,
James William
$770,693 APOE Genotype and Sequelae of Infant Cardiac Surgery
TEXAS
San Antonio
University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Suh, Yousin $73,000 Gene-SNP Haplotype Analysis of an Aging Population
WASHINGTON Seattle University of Washington Meldrum,
Deirdre R
$1,206,564 Microscale Instrument Development for Genomic Analysis
WISCONSIN
Madison
University of Wisconsin, Madison Schwartz,
David C
$501,821 New Physical Methodologies for Genomic Analysis
CANADA
Vancouver
British Columbia Cancer Agency Sadar,
Marianne D
$221,400 Genomic and Proteomic Analysis of Prostate Cancer
*SOURCE: US National Institutes of Health

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